In Partnership with the NYSE, the Energy Council was delighted to return to New York on 17 May 2022 to bring together 200+ decision makers from institutional investors, private equity funds, E&P companies & emerging clean tech companies as they look to collaborate and navigate the evolving energy investment landscape as a result of the disruption brought about by the energy transition.
The practical steps oil & gas companies can take to decarbonize their portfolios and improve their ESG ratings
Decarbonisation goals must be aligned with the practicalities to ensure neither factor of the ‘energy trilemma’ – affordability, accessibility and sustainability – are compromised by the pursuit of one aspect over another.
ESG ratings have become an important metric, used by investors, financiers and credit risk agencies to assess the compatibility of an organisation with global climate goals. The Paris Climate Accords have influenced institutional lenders to be more cautious in their approach to high-emissions industries, with oil and gas producers being among the central targets.
The Energy Council have been monitoring the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and on 27 April 2022, we hosted a webinar to explore the short, mid, and long-term impacts on the energy sector. Read the key takeaways from the webinar here.
The Energy Council has selected some of the most promising oil and gas companies to look out for this year. We examine their unique approaches to maintaining relevance within the sector and their approaches to reimagining their business models.
The Energy Council sat down with Kaveh Pourteymour, Founder & CEO, CIO Global Solutions ahead of WECA 2022. His area of expertise Digital Strategy and transformation in highly complex environments. Find out more.
The Global Methane Pledge seeks to acknowledge the agreements that have preceded it and to build greater action upon those collaborations. Led by the US and the EU, together with 17 major economies, the Pledge was launched at COP26 to “catalyze global action and strengthen support for existing international methane emission reduction initiatives to advance technical and policy work that will serve to underpin Participants’ domestic actions.”
At the World Energy Capital Assembly on 29 November 2021, a panel of experts provided their insights on the ability of companies in the oil and gas sector to access and maintain capital in the current economic and political climate. This article builds on that panel discussion and considers how (E&P) companies are balancing their corporate image with the need to remain profitable and deliver investor returns.
As winter’s cold touch spreads across Europe, there is an uneasiness about how the frigid temperatures will be weathered as gas prices creep ever higher. The source of uncertainty for Europe’s gas consumers is broad; the traditional push and pull of Russian-EU energy geopolitics is alive and well, Covid demand and supply contractions have created imbalances throughout the value chain, while the global production levels of oil and gas remain constrained by OPEC+ and the surging market prices.
The global energy crunch has reintroduced vigour into the oil and gas markets, especially in Asia Pacific where the soaring demand for LNG as a replacement for oil and coal has led to a high-cost environment that doesn’t appear to be slowing.
On Demand: Kongsberg Digital: Creating value through the digitalisation of an Integrated Energy Project
Kongsberg Digital and The Energy Council came together with energy experts to bring different perspectives on how companies can achieve optimization and drive value.
Tore Sylvester Jeppesen at Haldor Topsøe. joins the Energy Council Series Podcast. Tore was recently the Senior Vice President for Business Development but has now taken on the role as Senior Vice President for Green Hydrogen.. Listen here.
Carol Howle, EVP Trading & Shipping at BP joins the Women’s Energy Council Podcast to discuss the importance of her trading and shipping portfolio role in the decarbonisation of several industries, with projects such as a scaling power business, global integrated gas solutions, building a bio business, and exploring lower carbon shipping fuels Listen here.
The Energy Council sat down with Scot Evans, CEO of ReconAfrica ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly and Africa Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
Nouman Ahmad, CEO & Co-Founder at Validere joins the Investor Series Podcast to walks us through how Validere are building a data layer of inventory data for the oil and gas supply chain to help stakeholders to track, monitor and improve their operational, commercial & ESG-related performance.. Listen to the full episode here.
The Energy Council sat down with Tassos Vlassopoulos ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
The Energy Council sat down with Mitch Flegg ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
The Energy Council sat down with Dr Nick Mayhew, Chief Commercial Officer at Axora, to discuss the business’ approach to working with O&G leaders and their recent Innovation Report.